Managerial Economics

When a firm increased its output by one unit, its Average Cost rose from $45 to 50. This implies that its Marginal cost is
A)greater than $50
B)between $45 and $50
C)$5
D)cannot be determined from the above information

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  1. D)cannot be determined from the above information

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